Also based on the
ISO 9001, this standard specifies the additional requirements of a quality management system applicable to organisations of distributors and storage providers in the aerospace industry. This standard is to be used by organisations that supply parts, equipment and kits, that sell these products to customers within the aerospace industry or that supply products to organisations that reprocess or repair products.
The set of Standards
9120 provide a specific approach for companies in the aerospace sector, adding additional requirements to
ISO 9001, whose aim is to increase quality, reliability and safety in aerospace products.
Based on the model defined in the Standard EN
9100, the IAQG and other national associations, such as ASD and ATECMA, established a certification mechanism with worldwide recognition that has been designated the ICOP, Industry Controlled Other Party, scheme.
Benefits for your company:
Benefits for your clients:
Certification of Aerospace Management Systems is intended for the Aerospace Industry, including manufacturers of aircraft and aerospace equipment and suppliers of equipment and components to be used in aircraft.
Due to its structure,
9120 is based on the standard ISO 9001 and a joint audit of both standards is necessary. Given that EN
9120 It is based on ISO 9001 and can be easily incorporated into any process management system.
Once the audit has been completed, if the system implemented fulfills the requirements of Standard EN
9120, the organisation obtains:
Furthermore, organisations with management systems certified by AENOR have free access to the
AENORnet and a subscription to the
AENOR monthly magazine.
AENOR Quality Mark
AENOR is a pioneer and clear leader in aerospace certification in Spain. Aerospace quality management systems were first certified in 2002, when the first quality management certificate was awarded, according to the EN 9100 standard, to the EADS CASA organization.